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that washington doesn't see coming from cutting the workers' hours, to cutting workers period. nancy pelosi says she remain democratic leader in the house. iceberg six. enough said. iceberg eight. not one small business leader invited to the white house. why invite the doomed to their own execution, i guess? iceberg nine republicans offering revenues but of yet, as i said, not a word of a counteroften from democrats in return. what is the return here? sack. iceberg ten. moody's and circling like sharks to take a bite out of the credit rating. taeven before the first victim hits the water. it could go on but why bother? you get the point. so many icebergs, so little time. let me be clear here, all of my populating is based on what i am hearing not what might be happening. hopefully behind the scenes. maybe cooler, wiser, less hysterical heads are quietly and doubtfully cobbling together a fiscal plan to keep the shift afloat. i can ignore the total bull ship. i am hearing from the politicians in front of open microphones. because what i'm hearing, i don't know about you, but what i am hearing sca
but at the end of the day, very tough compromises will have to be hammered out. >>neil: nancy pelosi said, not to touch entitlements talking generally about medicare and medicaid, and social security, and a letter circulating in the senate senators harken and rockefeller of the same sentiment. do you agree? >>guest: we have different approaches for saving money. if you save money the way we did in affordable care act by reducing costs but not simply transferring rising health care costs on to the backs of seniors that is the approach we put forward. >>neil: you are not in the camp that says don't look, the let are circulating in the senate says don't even look at them. >>guest: i have not season the letter but the same senators voted for the affordable care act and they agreed we needed to change the incentives in the health care system. what we have said, we will look at ways to bring down health care costs over all moving away from the strict fee-for-service system in medicare which we have begun to do. we can build on that. but we will not take a system like the voucher systems that ha
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